RIYADH: Saudi Arabia will allow passengers from six countries including India and Pakistan to directly enter the Kingdom, starting from December 1.
According to a statement issued by the the Saudi Press Agency (SPA), the Kingdom will allow passengers from India, Pakistan, Brazil, Vietnam, Egypt and Indonesia into the country.
“Travellers, regardless of their vaccination status, will no longer need to quarantine for 14 days in a third country. However, they will still need to quarantine for five days within the country after they land,” SPA stated.
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